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Basic Optics

Basic Optics Author Avijit Lahiri
ISBN-10 9780128093078
Release 2016-08-29
Pages 1010
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Basic Optics: Principles and Concepts addresses in great detail the basic principles of the science of optics, and their related concepts. The book provides a lucid and coherent presentation of an extensive range of concepts from the field of optics, which is of central relevance to several broad areas of science, including physics, chemistry, and biology. With its extensive range of discourse, the book’s content arms scientists and students with knowledge of the essential concepts of classical and modern optics. It can be used as a reference book and also as a supplementary text by students at college and university levels and will, at the same time, be of considerable use to researchers and teachers. The book is composed of nine chapters and includes a great deal of material not covered in many of the more well-known textbooks on the subject. The science of optics has undergone major changes in the last fifty years because of developments in the areas of the optics of metamaterials, Fourier optics, statistical optics, quantum optics, and nonlinear optics, all of which find their place in this book, with a clear presentation of their basic principles. Even the more traditional areas of ray optics and wave optics are elaborated within the framework of electromagnetic theory, at a level more fundamental than what one finds in many of the currently available textbooks. Thus, the eikonal approximation leading to ray optics, the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulations of ray optics, the quantum theoretic interpretation of interference, the vector and dyadic diffraction theories, the geometrical theory of diffraction, and similar other topics of basic relevance are presented in clear terms. The presentation is lucid and elegant, capturing the essential magic and charm of physics. All this taken together makes the book a unique text, of major contemporary relevance, in the field of optics. Avijit Lahiri is a well-known researcher, teacher, and author, with publications in several areas of physics, and with a broad range of current interests, including physics and the philosophy of science. Provides extensive and thoroughly exhaustive coverage of classical and modern optics Offers a lucid presentation in understandable language, rendering the abstract and difficult concepts of physics in an easy, accessible way Develops all concepts from elementary levels to advanced stages Includes a sequential description of all needed mathematical tools Relates fundamental concepts to areas of current research interest



Optics Essentials

Optics Essentials Author Araz Yacoubian
ISBN-10 9781466551176
Release 2014-12-19
Pages 219
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A Valuable Reference for Understanding Basic Optical Principals Need a crash course in optics? If you are a non-specialist with little or no knowledge of optical components, systems, or hardware, who suddenly finds it necessary to work with optics in your given field, then Optics Essentials: An Interdisciplinary Guide is the book for you. Aimed at engineers and other interdisciplinary professionals tackling optics-related challenges, this text provides a basic overview of optical principles, concepts, and applications as well as worked examples throughout. It enables readers to gain a basic understanding of optics and sense of optical phenomena, without having to commit to extended periods of study. Contains MATLAB® Simulations and Suggested Experiments The book provides MATLAB simulations to help the reader visualize concepts, includes simple experiments using everyday materials that are readily available to solidify optical principles, and provides worked examples throughout. It contains a set of suggested experiments in each chapter designed to help the reader understand and visualize the basic principles. While this book assumes that the reader has a basic background in mathematics, it does not burden or overwhelm them with complex information or heavy mathematical equations. In addition, while it also briefly discusses advanced topics, readers are directed to the appropriate texts for more detailed study. Comprised of 11 chapters, this illuminating text: Describes light sources, such as lasers, light-emitting diodes, and thermal sources Compares various light sources, and photometric and radiometric parameters Discusses light detection, including various detector types, such as photon detectors and thermal detectors, and other topics relating to light detection Addresses manipulation of light, and covers reflection, refraction, diffraction and interference, absorption, and scattering Factors in polarization Explores the basic principles of geometrical optics, covering ray tracing and formulation based on the assumption that light comprises of optical "rays" Defines imaging systems and topics related to imaging systems Refers to guiding light waves Considers various topics related to optics, electronics, software, and applications Covers combining optical systems with electronics and software Presents various optical sensing phenomena and different types of sensors Optics Essentials: An Interdisciplinary Guide simplifies optical principles to make it easy to grasp by technical professionals that are outside of the optical field, and serves industry professionals, technical managers, researchers, and students.



Introduction to Optical Engineering

Introduction to Optical Engineering Author Francis T. S. Yu
ISBN-10 0521574935
Release 1997-05-13
Pages 409
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A detailed introduction to modern optical engineering.



Nonlinear Optics

Nonlinear Optics Author D.L. Mills
ISBN-10 9783642589379
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 263
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Intended for readers with a background in classical electromagnetic theory, this book develops the basic principles that underlie nonlinear optical phenomena in matter. It begins with a discussion of linear wave propagation in dispersive media, moves into weak nonlinearities which can be discussed in a pertuberative manner, then it examines strong nonlinear effects (solitons, chaos). The emphasis is on the macroscopic description on nonlinear phenomena, within a semiclassical framework. Two new chapters cover surface optics and magneto-optic phenomena. The book is aimed at the student or researcher who is not a specialist in optics but needs an introduction to the principal concepts.



Optical Principles and Technology for Engineers

Optical Principles and Technology for Engineers Author James Stewart
ISBN-10 0824797051
Release 1996-04-23
Pages 360
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Discussing the principles of physical and geometrical optics from an engineering point of view, this book explains current optical technology and the applications of optical methods in a wide variety of fields, from astronomy and agriculture to medicine and semiconductors. It offers guidance in the selection of optical components for the construction of bread-board models using commercially available, standard components, and provides immediately useful equations without unnecessary mathematical derivations.



Principles of optical engineering

Principles of optical engineering Author Francis T. S. Yu
ISBN-10 0471605670
Release 1990-04-13
Pages 311
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Comprises the fundamental materials and basic concepts of modern optics and will be particularly valuable for those students advancing to higher-level electro-optics courses. The broad coverage opens with a discussion of linear transform systems, which will serve as a background to the electro-optics system approach. After reviewing fundamental concepts of classical optics and discussing photodetectors and electro-optic devices, it covers the electromagnetic nature of light, principles of diffraction optics and lasers. The final chapters deal with the phenomenon of wavefront reconstruction as well as optical signal processing systems and introduce optical fibers. Each chapter concludes with references and problems.



Coherent Semiconductor Optics

Coherent Semiconductor Optics Author Torsten Meier
ISBN-10 9783540325543
Release 2006-10-23
Pages 319
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This book introduces the basic theoretical concepts required for the analysis of the optical response of semiconductor systems in the coherent regime. It is the most instructive textbook on the theory and optical effects of semiconductors. The entire presentation is based on a one-dimensional tight-binding model. Starting with discrete-level systems, increasing complexity is added gradually to the model by including band-structure and many-particle interaction. Various linear and nonlinear optical spectra and temporal phenomena are studied. The analysis of many-body effects in nonlinear optical phenomena covers a major part of the book.



Optical Fiber Sensors Principles and components

Optical Fiber Sensors  Principles and components Author John Dakin
ISBN-10 UOM:39015012052927
Release 1988-01-01
Pages 327
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The first of a two-volume set on optical fiber sensors covers the underlying principles and base-line technology, providing detailed tutorials on basic concepts, essential optics, detectors, optical sources, materials, components, fibers and integrated optics. The second volume will cover systems an



Principles of Photonics

Principles of Photonics Author Jia-Ming Liu
ISBN-10 9781107164284
Release 2016-08-31
Pages 450
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A comprehensive and self-contained introductory text covering all the fundamental concepts and major principles of photonics.



Fiber Optics

Fiber Optics Author Abdul Al-Azzawi
ISBN-10 9780849382963
Release 2006-12-26
Pages 416
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Since the invention of the laser, our fascination with the photon has led to one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing fields of technology. New advances in fiber optic devices, components, and materials make it more important than ever to stay current. Comprising chapters drawn from the author's highly anticipated book Photonics: Principles and Practices, Fiber Optics: Principles and Practices offers a detailed and focused treatment for anyone in need of authoritative information on this critical area underlying photonics. Using a consistent approach, the author leads you step-by-step through each topic. Each skillfully crafted chapter first explores the theoretical concepts of each topic, and then demonstrates how these principles apply to real-world applications by guiding you through experimental cases illuminated with numerous illustrations. The book works systematically through fiber optic cables, advanced fiber optic cables, light attenuation in optical components, fiber optic cable types and installations, fiber optic connectors, passive fiber optic devices, wavelength division multiplexing, optical amplifiers, optical receivers, opto-mechanical switches, and optical fiber communications. It also includes important chapters in fiber optic lighting, fiber optics testing, and laboratory safety. Containing several topics presented for the first time in book form, Fiber Optics: Principles and Practices is simply the most modern, detailed, and hands-on text in the field.



Classical Optics and Its Applications

Classical Optics and Its Applications Author Masud Mansuripur
ISBN-10 052180499X
Release 2002-02-07
Pages 502
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Thirty seven comprehensive, pedagogical and self-contained chapters on concepts of classical optics and their technological applications.



The Principles of Physical Optics

The Principles of Physical Optics Author Ernst Mach
ISBN-10 9780486173474
Release 2013-01-23
Pages 352
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The famous physicist explains early experiments, studies on polarization, the mathematical representation of the properties of light, and refinements and advances in theory. 279 figures. 10 portraits. 1926 edition.



Electromagnetic principles of integrated optics

Electromagnetic principles of integrated optics Author Donald L. Lee
ISBN-10 0471879789
Release 1986
Pages 331
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Develops the fundamental electromagnetic concepts and principles of guided wave optics from Maxwell's equations in a unified fashion. Analyzes many important building blocks of integrated optical systems. Discusses 2- and 3-dimensional optical waveguides, optical fibers, prism and dielectric waveguide couplers, waveguide filters, grating reflectors, and spectrum analyzers. The first introductory text to use optics rather than microwaves as a teaching vehicle, thus making the subject matter easily comprehensible. Numerous worked examples and homework problems included.



Photonics

Photonics Author Abdul Al-Azzawi
ISBN-10 9780849382949
Release 2006-12-21
Pages 968
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Since the invention of the laser, our fascination with the photon has led to one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing fields of technology. An explosion of new materials, devices, and applications makes it more important than ever to stay current with the latest advances. Surveying the field from fundamental concepts to state-of-the-art developments, Photonics: Principles and Practices builds a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of photonics from the basics of light waves to fiber optics and lasers. Providing self-contained coverage and using a consistent approach, the author leads you step-by-step through each topic. Each skillfully crafted chapter first explores the theoretical concepts of each topic and then demonstrates how these principles apply to real-world applications by guiding you through experimental cases illuminated with numerous illustrations. Coverage is divided into six broad sections, systematically working through light, optics, waves and diffraction, optical fibers, fiber optics testing, and laboratory safety. A complete glossary, useful appendices, and a thorough list of references round out the presentation. The text also includes a 16-page insert containing 28 full-color illustrations. Containing several topics presented for the first time in book form, Photonics: Principles and Practices is simply the most modern, comprehensive, and hands-on text in the field.



Foundations for Guided Wave Optics

Foundations for Guided Wave Optics Author Chin-Lin Chen
ISBN-10 9780470042212
Release 2006-09-11
Pages 425
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A classroom-tested introduction to integrated and fiber optics This text offers an in-depth treatment of integrated and fiber optics, providing graduate students, engineers, and scientists with a solid foundation of the principles, capabilities, uses, and limitations of guided-wave optic devices and systems. In addition to the transmission properties of dielectric waveguides and optical fibers, this book covers the principles of directional couplers, guided-wave gratings, arrayed-waveguide gratings, and fiber optic polarization components. The material is fully classroom-tested and carefully structured to help readers grasp concepts quickly and apply their knowledge to solving problems. Following an overview, including important nomenclature and notations, the text investigates three major topics: Integrated optics Fiber optics Pulse evolution and broadening in optical waveguides Each chapter starts with basic principles and gradually builds to more advanced concepts and applications. Compelling reasons for including each topic are given, detailed explanations of each concept are provided, and steps for each derivation are carefully set forth. Readers learn how to solve complex problems using physical concepts and simplified mathematics. Illustrations throughout the text aid in understanding key concepts, while problems at the end of each chapter test the readers' grasp of the material. The author has designed the text for upper-level undergraduates, graduate students in physics and electrical and computer engineering, and scientists. Each chapter is self-contained, enabling instructors to choose a subset of topics to match their particular course needs. Researchers and practitioners can also use the text as a self-study guide to gain a better understanding of photonic and fiber optic devices and systems.



Physical Principles of Electron Microscopy

Physical Principles of Electron Microscopy Author R.F. Egerton
ISBN-10 0387260161
Release 2006-04-28
Pages 202
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Scanning and stationary-beam electron microscopes are indispensable tools for both research and routine evaluation in materials science, the semiconductor industry, nanotechnology and the biological, forensic, and medical sciences. This book introduces current theory and practice of electron microscopy, primarily for undergraduates who need to understand how the principles of physics apply in an area of technology that has contributed greatly to our understanding of life processes and "inner space." Physical Principles of Electron Microscopy will appeal to technologists who use electron microscopes and to graduate students, university teachers and researchers who need a concise reference on the basic principles of microscopy.



Functional Vision

Functional Vision Author Amanda Hall Lueck
ISBN-10 0891288716
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 521
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Emphasizing the need for collaboration and cooperation across medical, education, rehabilitation, and social service disciplines, this volume provides a primary reference tool for those engaged in work related to low vision rehabilitation and service delivery. It provides information about the funct.